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Tips for Kids in the Kitchen

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Watch the video below for my favourite ways to get kids to help with cooking AND eat what they make:

Mentioned in the video:

Toast Removers (not the one shown in the video): Grip & Grab

Ranch Dip: Creamy Ranch Dip Mix

Dip Container: Prep Bowls

Fruit Dip: Carrot Cake Sweet Dip Mix

Sweet Sprinkles: Tutti Fruity Whole Food Topper

Savoury Sprinkles: Everything Bagel Whole Food Topper

Spaghetti Sauce: Marinara Sauce Mix

Chicken Soup: Chicken Broth Mix

Pudding: Vanilla Bean Instant Pudding Mix

Black Bean Brownies: Gluten Free Chocolate Brownie Mix

What works to get your kids to try healthy foods?

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Summer Sizzle Tips and Tricks – Video

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Watch the video below to see how to keep your cool in the summer heat while making simple dishes and refreshing treats:

Mentioned in the video:

Slicing and shredding: 4-in-1 Mandoline

Steaming: Multipurpose Steamer

Grilling Fruits: Coconut Lime Sweet Dip Mix

Pudding Pops: Chocolate Instant Pudding Mix

Pudding Pie: Vanilla Bean Instant Pudding Mix

Ice Cubes: Iceberg Mold

Iced Tea: Brentwood Teapot

Iced Coffee: French Press

Veggie Noodles: Veggie Twist and Spiral Slicer

Salad Dressing: Miso & Ginger Nourish Dressing Mix

Salad Topper: Garlicky Dill

Brie Stuffed Veggie Burger: Recipe

Pickled Onions: Quickles Pickling Mix

Sauce: Big Burger Sauce Mix

I love to chill out with frozen desserts and fresh salads in the summer time. What’s your favourite treat to handle the heat of summer days and nights?

Meal Prep Tips and Tricks – Video

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Watch the video below to see my 5 favourite foods and tools for keeping meal prep easy breezy:

Top Five Foods for Meal Prep:

  1. Mixed Greens – in the fridge for salads and in the freezer for smoothies
  2. Organic Dried Beans – cook in slow cooker, pressure cooker or on the stove
  3. Vanilla Optimum Vegan Protein Blend – in oatmeal, smoothies, yogurt and baking
  4. Salad Dressings: Miso Ginger and Balsamic
  5. Toppings:  Garlic Onion and Tutti Fruity

Top Five Tools for Meal Prep:

  1. Mason Jars with plastic lids: for storing and transporting
  2. Silicone Muffin Tray: for baking and freezing
  3. Portion Scoops: for prepping nourish bowls and individual meals
  4. Immersion Blender: for pureeing soups, dressings, pudding and smoothies
  5. Sheet Pan and Liner: for sheet pan dinners, cookings and jelly rolls!

What are your meal prep tips?

Kitchen Hack: Toast your dried herbs and spices

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img_4761A few minutes in a hot dry pan can waken up ground spices and dried herbs to give any dish a more robust flavour. Be careful to stir the spices, so they don’t burn, and give them 2 or 3 minutes in the pan. When the fragrance has intensified to a pleasant level, add the rest of the ingredients. In this case, can of organic diced tomatoes with no salt added to make spaghetti and meatballs.

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